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The FITNESS 2010 Healthy Food Awards

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The Best Frozen Foods

  1. AppleBerry VitaMuffins
  2. Van's Lite Waffles
  3. Cedarlane Garden Vegetable Enchiladas
  4. Amy's Teriyaki Wrap
  5. Organic Bistro Wild Salmon
  6. Alexia Sweet Potato Julienne Fries
  7. Palermo's Primo Thin Margherita Pizza
  8. Pacific Natural Foods Fire-Baked Thin Crust Uncured Pepperoni Pizza

The Best Frozen Desserts

  1. Healthy Choice Premium Fudge Bars
  2. Haagen-Dazs Mango All Natural Fat Free Sorbet
  3. Dreyer's/Edy's Slow Churned Chocolate Snack Size Cups
  4. Haagen-Dazs Vanilla All Natural Low Fat Frozen Yogurt
  5. Del Monte Fruit Chillers Freeze & Eat Tubes Strawberry Snow Storm

The Best Foods for the Pantry

  1. Kashi GoLean Crisp! Toasted Berry Crumble
  2. Bear Naked 100% Pure & Natural Maple Pecan Granola
  3. Special K Low Fat Granola
  4. Better Oats Mom's Best Naturals Apples & Cinnamon Instant Oatmeal
  5. Pepperidge Farm Whole Gran Double Fiber Soft 100% Whole Wheat Bread
  6. Oroweat/Arnold 100% Whole Wheat Sandwich Thins
  7. Utz Extra Dark Specials Pretzels
  8. Holly's Oatmeal Goji Berry
  9. Kashi Heart to Heart Original Whole Grain Crackers
  10. Pop Secret 94% Fat Free Butter Popcorn

The Best Foods for the Fridge

  1. Chobani Greek Yogurt 2% Pineapple
  2. Fage Total 2% Strawberry Greek Yogurt
  3. Organic Valley Lowfat Cottage Cheese
  4. Voskos Plain Non Fat Greek Yogurt
  5. All Natural Brown Cow Low Fat Vanilla Bean Yogurt
  6. Organic Valley Chocolate Lowfat Milk
  7. Cedar's Naturally Delicious Roasted Garlic & Artichoke Salsa
  8. Tribe Hummus Forty Spices
  9. Wholly Guacamole Pico de Gallo Style

The Best Snacks

  1. 365 Everyday Value Chocolate Cherry Trail Mix
  2. Michael Season's Baked Cheddar Cheese Curls
  3. Food Should Taste Good Yellow Corn Tortilla Chips
  4. Dove Silky Smooth Milk Chocolate Peanut Butter Singles Bar
  5. Nestle Cherry Raisinets
  6. York Pieces Candies
  7. Pepperidge Farm Gingerman Homestyle Cookies
  8. Sun-Maid Mixed Fruit
  9. Luna White Chocolate Macadamia bar
  10. Chocolove 70% Strong Dark
  11. Late July Organic Dark Chocolate Sandwich Cookies
  12. Nature's Path Organic Mmmaple Pecan Granola Bars
  13. Emerald Cocoa Roast Almonds 100 Calorie Pack
  14. Cape Cod 40% Reduced Fat Potato Chips
  15. Athenos Whole Wheat Pita Chips

The Best Drinks

  1. Northland Superfruits Raspberry Pomegranate Goji
  2. R.W. Knudsen Family Orange Recharge
  3. Ito En Teas' Tea Green Jasmine
  4. Izze Esque Sparkling Black Raspberry
  5. Naked Juice Tropical Smoothie with Coconut Water
  6. Zero Calories Tazo Passion
  7. R.W. Knudsen Family Organic Lemon Sparkling Essence
  8. Activate Workout Pink Grapefruit

Originally published in FITNESS magazine, July/August 2010.


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linda_burt1 wrote:

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4/19/2012 10:07:48 AM Report Abuse
curlzntwirlz wrote:

You don't even need to buy an air popper - buy a bag of paper lunch sacks and you can "air pop" your popcorn the same way the mini bags do in the microwave without all the fake butter in the bag. :)

3/25/2011 09:08:04 AM Report Abuse
lphillips0045 wrote:

I think that this article was very useful. As it said in the "title" it was to tell what the best frozen, prepackaged and canned foods that were healthy. Nobody ever has time to where they can eat fresh foods all of the time. They aren't always available in all areas either. It helps to know what is the best packaged foods for your health.

11/18/2010 11:31:15 AM Report Abuse
anonymous wrote:

wow, thank you for sharing about the popcorn, the kids and I have nuked popcorn in various flavors at least x2 a week!I'd hate to think I am slowly poisoning my children...and I think popping the old fashioned way will be a fun experience to share, so , thank you again!

8/29/2010 01:54:50 PM Report Abuse
blondecavwife wrote:

I agree about the processed stuff. All you need at the grocery store is a trip through the meat/seafood department, the dairy case and an extended stay in the produce department. Sticking to the outskirts of a store always always means you will spend less. Keep a well stocked pantry (flour, salt, sugar, yeast, etc.) and make your own breads, pastas and more. NO fake foods or fake flavors!

8/26/2010 01:01:02 PM Report Abuse

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